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NEWS RELEASE
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For Immediate Release
2009PREM0038-000403
September 24, 2009

Office of the Premier
Government of Canada

 

 

GOVERNMENTS PARTNER TO CREATE JOBS, STIMULATE ECONOMY
174 B.C. infrastructure projects to be funded

 

This release was corrected Sept. 25, 2009.

 

VANCOUVER – Premier Gordon Campbell and Jay Hill, Member of Parliament for Prince George – Peace River and Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, today announced 174 new infrastructure projects valued at just under $719 million to help communities throughout British Columbia meet their pressing infrastructure needs, help stimulate the economy, create jobs and support continued economic growth.

 

            “We are leveraging every dollar available to create literally thousands of jobs throughout every region of the province and building our communities so they are strong and competitive as we emerge from this economic downturn,” said Premier Campbell. “The investments we’ve made since launching the Economic Action Plan have already created an estimated 21,600 jobs. Today’s announcement will create about 4,600 more jobs and is the next step in our ongoing, three-year job creation strategy to build confidence and keep British Columbians working.”

 

            “Under the stronger leadership of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, our government is taking unprecedented action to put shovels in the ground and stimulate the economy here in British Columbia,” said Minister Hill. “Through Canada’s Economic Action Plan, we are moving in record time in partnership with other levels of government to ensure construction begins, jobs are created, and we get back on our feet again.”   

 

            Today’s announcement represents a contribution of $244 million from the Government of Canada, $233 million from the province of British Columbia, and the remainder from local governments. The funding is being delivered through two important programs:

 

            The Infrastructure Stimulus Fund was introduced by the Government of Canada in collaboration with all levels of government to unleash infrastructure projects across Canada provided they are completed by March 31, 2011. Today, 90 local government and provincial projects were announced in British Columbia totalling $343 million, which represents $128 million from the Government of Canada, $119 million from the province of British Columbia, and the remainder from local governments. Today's announcement is in addition to $290 million announced through the Stimulus Fund on April 7, 2009 for numerous projects across the province.

 

           


 

            Secondly, the Communities Component, under the Building Canada Fund, allows the Government of Canada and provinces and territories to invite communities with populations of less than 100,000 to apply for infrastructure projects.  This year, the Government of Canada “topped up” this fund and provided additional funding to communities of this size.  Today, a total of 84 projects were announced totalling $376 million, which represents $117 million from the Government of Canada, $117 million from the province of British Columbia, and the remainder from local governments.  Today’s announcement builds on the announcement on March 13, 2009 of $48 million in joint funding for 161 community infrastructure projects under Towns for Tomorrow and LocalMotion.

 

            Today we are announcing more than $632 million in community projects, the largest single announcement for community infrastructure projects in British Columbia history.  In addition, there are almost $87 million in provincial projects that will directly benefit communities.

            In addition, the Government of Canada has set aside up to $70 million under the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund for projects in the City of Vancouver. The federal government is currently working closely with the city to identify appropriate projects, and announcements will be made shortly.

            Further announcements will be made in the near future for the remaining Infrastructure Stimulus Fund allocation in British Columbia.

           

            “Local governments throughout the province will put this funding to use creating jobs and building critical community infrastructure,” said Robert Hobson, President of the Union of B.C. Municipalities. “Today’s announcement is a major step towards the fulfilment of the goals identified in the 2009 federal budget. UBCM is very appreciative of the collective work by the federal and provincial governments to deliver this funding to local priorities.”

 

            The Government of Canada’s 2009 Economic Action Plan includes a vast array of initiatives to help to stimulate the economy, create jobs, build consumer confidence, and assist Canadians when they need it most during this global economic recession.  New large-scale infrastructure programs are one important element of this plan.

 

            The projects are funded under the Province’s three-year, $14-billion capital infrastructure program, which will create up to 88,000 jobs and help build vital public infrastructure in every region of B.C. To date, $3.4 billion has already been announced for projects across British Columbia, creating an estimated 21,600 jobs. The federal and provincial governments have reached an agreement under the federal government’s program totalling $1.2 billion. Further announcements will be made outlining the details of B.C.'s remaining allocation.

 

            For further information on the Government of Canada's infrastructure investments in British Columbia, visit www.creatingjobs.gc.ca.

 

            To learn more about Canada’s Economic Action Plan, visit www.actionplan.gc.ca.

 

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Contact:

 

Chris Day

Press Secretary

Office of Canada’s Transport and Infrastructure Minister

613-991-0700

 

Bridgitte Anderson

Press Secretary

Office of the Premier

604 307-7177

 

 

For more information on government services or to subscribe to the Province’s news feeds using RSS, visit the Province’s website at www.gov.bc.ca.


 

BACKGROUNDER

 

INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

 

On September 24, 2009, the Governments of Canada and British Columbia announced 174 infrastructure projects across the province valued at just under $719 million.  The announcement represents a partnership between the federal, provincial and municipal governments which allows the Province of British Columbia to leverage every available dollar under the federal government infrastructure programs.

 

Projects announced today are helping to create jobs, get work underway, and ensure Canada's economy emerges strong during a global economic downturn.  Further announcements will be made pending final project approvals.

 

This funding announcement represents two unique funding programs: the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund, and a fund under Building Canada called the Communities Component.

 

Infrastructure Stimulus Fund (ISF)

In 2009, the Government of Canada introduced the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund as part of its Economic Action Plan to get shovels in the ground and projects completed by March 31, 2011.  The fund’s success is a result of partnerships developed between the federal, provincial and local governments, who are working together to fund projects and get the work underway. 

 

This announcement represents a total of 90 projects under ISF valued at $343 million.  The Government of Canada is contributing $128 million, the British Columbia Government is contributing $119 million, and local governments are providing the final third of the cost. A list of projects is below.

 

Communities Component of the Building Canada Fund

The province of British Columbia has also partnered with the Government of Canada to ensure smaller communities with populations of less than 100,000 have access to infrastructure funding.  An important step was taken this year to “top up” this fund and provide additional funding to communities of this size. 

 

In total, 84 projects are being funded today under the Communities Component of the Building Canada Fund valued at $376 million.  This represents an investment of $117 million from the Government of Canada, and $117 million from the Government of British Columbia. Local municipalities are providing the balance of the remaining costs. A list of projects is below.

 

For further information on the Government of Canada's infrastructure investments in British Columbia, visit www.creatingjobs.gc.ca.

 

To learn more about Canada's Economic Action Plan, visit www.actionplan.gc.ca.

 

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INFRASTRUCTURE STIMULUS FUND

 

Name of Applicant / Project Title

Total Eligible Costs

Federal Share 

Provincial Share

Local Share

Local Government Projects

Abbotsford - Parallel Taxiway and Apron Widening

$30,000,000

$10,000,000

$10,000,000

$10,000,000

Abbotsford - Clearbrook Interchange Reconstruction

$25,000,000

$8,333,333

$8,333,333

$8,333,333

Alberni-Clayoquot - Tofino-Ucluelet Airport Improvement Project

$754,500

$251,500

$251,500

$251,500

Barriere - Water Infrastructure Updates

$788,682

$262,894

$262,894

$262,894

Burnaby - Water Infrastructure Replacement Program

$7,400,000

$2,466,660

$2,466,660

$2,466,660

Cariboo - 108 Mile Water Reservoir Replacement

$1,101,000

$367,000

$367,000

$367,000

Chilliwack - Lickman Road Phase 2

$1,350,000

$450,000

$450,000

$450,000

Clinton - Lebourdais Avenue Improvements

$612,500

$187,500

$187,500

$187,500

Courtenay - Arden Trunk Sewer - Riverside Lane to 20th Street

$1,600,000

$500,000

$500,000

$500,000

Courtenay - Native Sons Hall

$1,933,700

$644,566

$644,566

$494,568

Coquitlam - Schoolhouse Street Improvements

$7,200,000

$2,400,000

$2,400,000

$2,400,000

Coquitlam - King Edward Street Improvements

$7,400,000

$2,470,000

$2,470,000

$2,470,000

Cranbrook - Waste Water Capacity Improvements application

$14,445,000

$4,815,000

$4,815,000

$4,815,000

Dawson Creek - 92nd Avenue Storm Water Drainage Upgrades

$772,000

$257,333

$257,333

$257,333

Delta - 82 Avenue Upgrade - Phase III (from 112A Street to 116 Street)

$3,000,000

$1,000,000

$1,000,000

$1,000,000

Delta - Archives Building Conversion

$675,000

$225,000

$225,000

$225,000

East Delta/Oliver Pump Station Upgrade

$4,040,000

$1,346,666

$1,346,666

$1,346,666

Enderby - Sludge Dewatering/Nutrient Level Control

$1,225,000

$408,333

$408,333

$108,334

Fort Nelson - Drinking Water Quality, Security of Supply and Energy Efficiency

$3,870,000

$1,290,000

$1,290,000

$1,290,000

Fort St. John - 100th Avenue Expansion

$4,195,786

$1,398,595

$1,398,595

$1,398,595

Fort St. John - North Lagoon Trunkmain Twinning

$4,280,785

$1,426,928

$1,426,928

$1,426,928

Gold River - Well redevelopment, rehabilitation & emergency power

$255,000

$85,000

$85,000

$85,000

Hudson's Hope - Arena Heat Recovery

$326,264

$108,755

$108,755

$108,755

Infrastructure Components for the Britannia Project

$2,956,700

$1,000,000

$1,000,000

 

Kelowna - Community Parks and Open Space Network

$3,341,000

$1,047,000

$1,047,000

$1,047,000

Langley - 96 Avenue Widening and Intersection Improvements at 198 Street and Telegraph Trail

$3,335,351

$839,460

$839,460

$1,429,182

Lumby - Water Supply - Stage 3

$600,848

$200,283

$200,283

$200,283

Mackenzie - Sewage Detention Lagoon

$1,027,410

$342,470

$342,470

$342,470

Merritt - South East Balancing Reservoir

$2,332,133

$777,377

$777,378

$777,378

Mission - Construction of Cedar St

$3,881,025

$1,293,675

$1,293,675

$1,293,675

Osoyoos - 87th Street reconstruction and sidewalk

$590,000

$196,666

$196,667

$196,667

Peace River - Harper and Imperial Subdivisions - Community Sewer System

$1,767,850

$589,283

$589,283

$589,283

Peachland - Beach Avenue Roadway and Multi-Use Pathway Improvements

$3,390,000

$1,130,000

$1,130,000

$1,130,000

City of Powell River - Pavement Management

$2,996,000

$998,667

$998,667

$998,667

Town of Port McNeill - Water Line Renewal

$4,200,000

$1,400,000

$1,400,000

$1,400,000

Pouce Coupe - Water Reservoir Project

$1,500,000

$500,000

$500,000

$500,000

Powell River - Drinking Water Disinfection Upgrade

$8,485,000

$2,828,333

$2,828,333

$2,828,334

Princeton - Tulameen River Bridge Restoration

$189,000

$63,000

$63,000

$32,000

City of Revelstoke - Clearview Heights Sanitary Sewer Extension

$1,257,776

$419,259

$419,259

$419,259

Richmond - Lulu Waterworks Program

$6,189,000

$2,063,000

$2,063,000

$2,063,000

Richmond - Sewer, Forcemain and Pump Station Essential Service Replacement Addition

$4,049,000

$1,349,667

$1,349,667

$1,349,667

Saanich - David Foster Arts Centre

$4,000,000

$1,333,000

$1,333,000

$1,333,000

Sayward - Kelsey Centre HVAC Rehabilitation and Emergency Generator

$308,360

$102,787

$102,787

$51,393

Sechelt - Sewer Trunk Line Expansion - Trail Avenue

$755,310

$251,770

$251,770

$251,770

Campbell River - South Island Highway Improvement Project - Phase 1

$13,140,750

$4,380,250

$4,380,250

$4,380,250

Sparwood - Link Trail and CPR Overpass to Elk River Pedestrian Bridge

$2,121,000

$707,000

$707,000

$707,000

Squamish - Boulevard Pump Station

$1,425,000

$475,000

$475,000

$475,000

Summerland - Prairie Valley Road / Rosedale Avenue Improvement

$4,500,000

$1,500,000

$1,500,000

$1,500,000

Surrey - City Centre Library

$30,000,000

$10,000,000

$10,000,000

$10,000,000

Tsawwassen Industrial Lands Site Servicing Project - Phase 1

$9,037,000

$3,012,333

$3,012,333

$3,012,333

Valemount - Sewer Lift Station Enhancements

$165,000

$55,000

$55,000

$55,000

N Vancouver - Green Necklace Greenway: Keith Road Connections

$1,050,000

$350,000

$350,000

$350,000

N Vancouver - Marine Drive Corridor Improvement

$1,330,000

$443,334

$443,333

$443,333

Village of Lions Bay - Sewer Treatment Plant Kelvin Grove

$82,450

$27,483

$27,483

$27,483

Village of Pemberton Water Main Looping

$643,860

$214,620

$214,620

$214,620

West Vancouver - Ambleside Sewer Rehabilitation Project

$2,476,800

$825,600

$825,600

$825,600

Williams Lake - Mackenzie Avenue Rehabilitation

$10,500,000

$3,500,000

$3,500,000

$3,500,000

Provincial Assets - Highways

Galiano Island (South Gulf Islands) resurfacing

$1,350,000

$675,000

$675,000

 

Highway 97 - 5th Avenue to North Kelly Road

$4,500,000

$2,250,000

$2,250,000

 

Highway 16 - Lake Kathyn Rd to Smither

$3,150,000

$1,575,000

$1,575,000

 

Highway 3A - Jct Highway 3 Keremeous to Yellow Lake

$2,340,000

$1,170,000

$1,170,000

 

Highway 97 Skaha Lake Bridge to Fairway Avenue

$2,100,000

$1,050,000

$1,050,000

 

Highway 3 - Whipsaw Creek to Regional Boundary

$2,790,000

$1,395,000

$1,395,000

 

Highway 1 - Sagebrush Overpass to Vicars Road & Orchards Walk to Kokanee Way

$1,260,000

$630,000

$630,000

 

Highway 3 - Curzon Overhead to Ryan Bridge

$2,098,000

$1,049,000

$1,049,000

 

Highway 5 - Ottomite Bridge

$1,306,000

$653,000

$653,000

 

Highway 93 - Jct. Highway 3 to Wasa

$3,150,000

$1,575,000

$1,575,000

 

Highway 7L Mission to Dewdney

$2,070,000

$1,035,000

$1,035,000

 

Highway 1: Laidlaw to Flood-Hope Road Resurfacing

$3,600,000

$1,800,000

$1,800,000

 

Highway 1: Cedar Road to Nanaimo River Road centre median

$2,700,000

$1,035,000

$1,035,000

 

Highway 10: Asphalt Resurfacing East of Langley

$1,080,000

$540,000

$540,000

 

Highway 7 Rapid Bus Lane
(Pitt Meadows)

$16,000,000

$8,000,000

$8,000,000

 

Highway 16 - Carnaby Rd to New Hazelton Overpass

$1,800,000

$900,000

$900,000

 

Highway 97 - Jct Highway 2 to Kiskatinaw Bridge

$3,100,000

$1,550,000

$1,550,000

 

Highway 1 from Blaeberry bridge east to Golden West Approach

$3,600,000

$1,800,000

$1,800,000

 

Highway 1 (Trans Canada Highway), North of Yale Resurfacing

$3,420,000

$1,710,000

$1,710,000

 

Old Caribou Highway & Upper Fraser Road Rehabilitation

$2,250,000

$1,125,000

$1,125,000

 

Provincial Assets – Ferries and Other

Departure Bay Terminal - Sewage Pump Ashore

$962,115

$481,057

 

 

Duke Point Terminal - Sewage Pump Ashore

$954,030

$477,015

 

 

Horseshoe Bay - Berth 3 Ramp Coatings

$429,968

$214,984

 

 

Langdale Terminal - Sewage Pump Ashore

$1,570,800

$785,400

 

 

Powell River (Westview) Terminal - Sewage Pump Ashore

$866,250

$433,125

 

 

Prince Rupert / Port Hardy - Sewage Pump Ashore

$1,496,880

$748,440

 

 

Skidegate Terminal - Sewage Pump Ashore

$906,675

$453,337

 

 

Swartz Bay - Waste Water Treatment

$3,600,000

$1,800,000

 

 

Tsawwassen - Berth 3/4 Transfer Deck - Full Seismic Upgrade

$2,800,000

$1,400,000

 

 

Tsawwassen - Terminal Maintenance & Test Kitchen Roof Replacements

$73,000

$36,500

 

 

Tsawwassen Terminal - Sewage Pump Ashore

$4,961,975

$2,480,988

 

 

BC - Williams Lake Air Tanker Base (Williams Lake)

$1,409,000

$704,500

$704,500

 

BC - HVAC Upgrade to First peoples Gallery Royal BC Museum (Victoria)

$2,700,000

$1,350,000

$1,350,000

 

 

 

BUILDING CANADA FUND – COMMUNITIES COMPONENT, INCLUDING TOP-UP FUNDING

 

Name of Applicant

Project Title

Total Eligible Costs

Federal Share

Provincial Share

Local Government Share

Alert Bay, Village

Alert Bay Road Upgrade Phase Two

$165,000

$55,000

$55,000

$55,000

Allen Business Communications Ltd.

Westbridge Tower Access

$115,988

$57,994

$57,994

$0

Anmore, Village

Water System Renewal and Upgrades

$535,286

$178,428

$178,428

$178,430

The Boulders Climbing Gym Society

Boulders Climbing Gym Expansion

$2,052,000

$684,000

$684,000

$684,000

Bowen Island, Municipality

Snug Cove Sewer Treatment Facility Expansion

$1,460,148

$584,059

$584,059

$292,030

Campbell River, City

Campbell River Airport Runway Extension

$8,331,250

$2,777,083

$2,777,083

$2,777,084

Capital Regional District

Village Point Waste Water and Water System Upgrade

$4,544,377

$1,514,792

$1,514,792

$1,514,793

Capital Regional District

Mt. Belcher Water System Upgrade, Salt Spring Island

$238,033

$79,344

$79,344

$79,345

Central Okanagan, Regional District

Wastewater Treatment Plant, Stage 3

$7,377,160

$2,459,053

$2,459,053

$2,459,054

Chase, Village

Water Supply and Treatment Upgrade

$6,812,878

$2,270,959

$2,270,959

$2,270,960

Chetwynd, District

Chetwynd - 53rd Avenue SE Road Construction

$596,621

$198,873

$198,873

$198,875

Chilliwack, City

East Dyke Upgrades, Greyell Section

$1,730,850

$576,950

$576,950

$576,950


 

Chilliwack, City

West Dyke Upgrades, Left Bank

$3,255,000

$1,085,000

$1,085,000

$1,085,000

Coldstream, District

Grid Road Connection to Highway 97

$6,921,418

$2,307,139

$2,307,139

$2,307,140

Comox, Town

Knight Road Sanitary Sewer Trunks

$819,000

$273,000

$273,000

$273,000

Cowichan Valley, Regional District

Historic Kinsol Trestle Rehabilitation

$5,656,098

$1,885,366

$1,885,366

$1,885,366

Cranbrook, City

Fibre Optic Broadband Infrastructure Development

$2,250,000

$750,000

$750,000

$750,000

Creston, Town

WWTP Improvements - BVF Cover, Second Clarifier & Backup Power

$2,500,000

$833,333

$833,333

$833,334

Delta, District

East Delta - Boundary Bay Dyke Foreshore Upgrade

$700,000

$233,333

$233,333

$233,334

Delta, District

Westham Island Dyke (Trim Road) Upgrade

$266,519

$88,839

$88,839

$88,841

East Kootenay, Regional District

Windermere and Timber Ridge Bulk Water Supply and Water Meter Installation Project

$2,575,833

$1,030,333

$1,030,333

$515,167

Esquimalt, Township

Esquimalt - Upgrading of Archie Browning Sports Centre

$1,992,000

$664,000

$664,000

$664,000

Fort St. John, City

Enerplex Site Improvements

$7,525,222

$2,505,899

$2,505,899

$2,513,424

Fraser Lake, Village

Highway 16/Chowsunket Rd Intersection Upgrade

$175,247

$58,415

$58,415

$58,417

Fraser Valley Regional District

Popkum/Bridal Falls - Electoral Area D Integrated Water System

$2,726,000

$908,666

$908,666

$908,668


 

Hope, District

Silverhope Creek Riprap Bank Protection

$152,150

$50,716

$50,716

$50,718

Kamloops, City

Rayleigh Slo-Pitch Park - Phase 1

$9,790,000

$3,263,333

$3,263,333

$3,263,334

Kamloops, City

Westsyde Riverbank Protection

$875,000

$291,666

$291,666

$291,668

Kimberley, City

Marysville Watermain Replacement Upgrade

$2,001,000

$667,000

$667,000

$667,000

Lake Country, District

Wood Lake Water Quality & Supply Improvements

$5,040,000

$1,680,000

$1,680,000

$1,680,000

Langford, City

City Centre park Sports Plex

$13,393,641

$4,464,547

$4,464,547

$4,464,547

Langford, City

City of Langford Stormwater Flood Hazard Protection

$1,842,225

$614,075

$614,075

$614,075

Langley, Township

West Langley Dyke Upgrade EMBC

$2,212,760

$737,586

$737,586

$737,588

Maple Ridge, District

Albion Dyke Upgrade, Kanaka Creek regional Park (stage 2)

$525,000

$175,000

$175,000

$175,000

Maple Ridge, District

Maple Ridge Downtown Core Road & Utility Rehabilitation

$5,105,465

$1,868,488

$1,868,488

$1,368,489

Masset, Village

Waterline Replacement

$1,553,896

$517,965

$517,965

$517,966

McBride, Village

Eco-Sensitive Solution to Waste Water Treatment - Phase 2

$2,075,000

$691,666

$691,666

$691,668

Merritt, City

Structural Rehabilitation and Dehumidification Upgrade

$305,600

$101,866

$101,866

$101,868

Nanaimo Airport Commission

Nanaimo Airport Improvement Project Phase 2

$10,369,370

$3,456,456

$3,456,456

$3,456,458

New Hazelton, District

Water Distribution System Improvements

$856,000

$285,333

$285,333

$285,334

New Westminster, City of

Streets & Sidewalks Revitalization

$8,000,000

$2,666,666

$2,666,666

$2,666,668

New Westminster, City

Westminster Pier Park

$24,902,743

$8,300,914

$8,300,914

$8,300,915

North Vancouver, City

Bridge Rehabilitation and Seismic Upgrades

$1,448,000

$482,666

$482,666

$482,668

North Vancouver, District

District of North Vancouver Installation of Priority Sidewalks

$1,480,000

$493,333

$493,333

$493,334

North Vancouver, District

Lynnmour Dyke Flood Protection

$428,340

$142,780

$142,780

$142,780

North Vancouver, City

North Vancouver - Spirit Trail Harbourside West Pedestrian Overpass and Multi-Use Trail

$2,600,676

$800,338

$800,338

$1,000,000

North Vancouver, District

North Vancouver - Windsor Artificial Turf Sports Field

$3,238,998

$1,079,666

$1,079,666

$1,079,666

North Okanagan, Regional District

Enderby & District Sports Complex Upgrade

$500,000

$166,666

$166,666

$166,668

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality

Fort Nelson Recreation Complex

$33,443,500

$5,000,000

$5,000,000

$23,443,500

Oak Bay, District

Uplands Low Pressure Sewer System

$7,650,000

$2,550,000

$2,550,000

$2,550,000

Okanagan Basin Water Board

Streamlined Water Use Pilot

$231,000

$77,000

$77,000

$77,000

Okanagan-Similkameen, Regional District

Okanagan Falls Sewage Treatment Plant

$9,380,000

$3,126,666

$3,126,666

$3,126,668

Peachland, District

Peachland Curling Club Facility

$3,915,356

$1,305,118

$1,305,118

$1,305,120

Pemberton, Village

Pemberton Skate and Bike Skills Park

$367,854

$122,618

$122,618

$122,618

Penticton, City

Penticton Community Centre - Aquatics, Fitness, Sport, and Recreation

$23,024,951

$7,674,983

$7,674,983

$7,674,985

Pitt Meadows, City

Construction of an Artificial Turf Playing Field

$1,785,252

$595,126

$595,126

$595,000

Port Alice, Village

Port Alice Community Centre Upgrade

$1,091,000

$345,500

$345,500

$400,000

Port Coquitlam, City

Port Coquitlam - Broadway Street Reconstruction

$11,368,948

$3,789,649

$3,789,649

$3,789,650

Prince George, City

Boundary Road Connector

$27,993,120

$7,500,000

$7,500,000

$12,993,120

Quesnel, City

West Quesnel Land Stability

$4,731,000

$1,577,000

$1,577,000

$1,577,000

Revelstoke, City

Downie Street Lift Station Upgrade

$2,236,700

$745,566

$745,566

$745,568

Revelstoke, City

Revelstoke Aquatic Centre Heat Recovery System

$528,999

$176,333

$176,333

$176,333

Revelstoke, City

Trans Canada Highway Water Reservoir Replacement

$966,000

$322,000

$322,000

$322,000

Salmon Arm, City

Roadway Infrastructure Renewal

$2,500,000

$833,333

$833,333

$833,334

Salt Spring Island Public Library Association

New Library Building

$6,826,477

$2,275,492

$2,275,492

$2,275,493

Sechelt, District

Bio-Solids Treatment Facility

$4,800,000

$1,600,000

$1,600,000

$1,600,000

Sicamous, District

Sewer Collection

$9,136,300

$3,045,433

$3,045,433

$3,045,434

Sidney, Town

Iroquois Community Park Improvement Project

$2,258,406

$752,802

$752,802

$752,802

Sidney, Town

Sidney - Lochside Waterfront Trail

$1,125,000

$375,000

$375,000

$375,000

Sooke, District

District of Sooke Waterfront Recreation Area

$908,653

$302,884

$302,884

$302,885

Sooke & Electoral Area Parks and Recreation Commission

Arena Upgrade and Addition

$1,200,000

$400,000

$400,000

$400,000


 

Squamish, District

Government Road Trunk Sewer Main

$2,030,950

$676,983

$676,983

$676,984

Squamish, District

Squamish Dyke Riprap

$425,000

$141,666

$141,666

$141,668

Sunshine Coast Regional District

South Pender Harbour Water Treatment Plant

$5,440,000

$2,030,000

$2,030,000

$1,380,000

Thompson-Nicola Regional District

Pritchard (Laveau Rd) Community Water System Upgrade

$517,092

$172,364

$172,364

$172,364

Thompson-Nicola Regional District

Rural & Small Municipality Eco-Depot Waste Disposal Project

$14,209,019

$4,736,339

$4,736,339

$4,736,341

Thompson-Nicola Regional District

Walhachin Community Water System Upgrade

$725,000

$241,666

$241,666

$241,668

Vernon, City

34 Street Improvements

$3,146,745

$1,048,915

$1,048,915

$1,048,915

Victoria, City

Steel Watermain Rehabilitation - Stage 2

$5,019,000

$1,673,000

$1,673,000

$1,673,000

West Vancouver, District

Montizambert Creek Water Treatment Project

$2,615,100

$871,700

$871,700

$871,700

West Vancouver, District

West Vancouver Artificial Turf Field

$4,500,000

$1,500,000

$1,500,000

$1,500,000

White Rock, City

Construct Centre for Active Living

$3,593,238

$1,080,530

$1,080,530

$1,432,178

White Rock, City

White Rock Museum & Archives Revitalization Project

$967,334

$458,667

$458,667

$50,000

White Rock, City

White Rock - Pedestrian Improvements Initiative

$1,480,800

$493,600

$493,600

$493,600

 

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